Gabriel
v.
Gabriel

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Supreme Court of GeorgiaOct 10, 1963
133 S.E.2d 25 (Ga. 1963)
133 S.E.2d 25219 Ga. 290

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22173.

ARGUED SEPTEMBER 10, 1963.

DECIDED OCTOBER 10, 1963.

Alimony; contempt. Chatham Superior Court. Before Judge Heery.

Duffy, Hendrix Miller, for plaintiff in error.

Lewis, Wylly Javetz, John Wylly, contra.


It now appearing that the respondent has complied with the judgment of contempt by payment of the amount required, his assignment of error upon such contempt judgment is moot, and the writ of error is therefore dismissed. McCallum v. McCallum, 162 Ga. 84 ( 132 S.E. 755); Thompson v. Thompson, 172 Ga. 165 ( 157 S.E. 628).

Writ of error dismissed. All the Justices concur.

ARGUED SEPTEMBER 10, 1963 — DECIDED OCTOBER 10, 1963.